Last year there was a post on the MacMillan Dictionary Blog entitled The trickiest word in American. It wasn't exactly what I expected based on the title, but I
The post compares British English to American English. Following is an excerpt:
Quite: It’s such a common word. Americans use it, Brits use it, and it’s the same word, right? Well no, not quite. Have a look at these sentences. Both Americans and Brits could say them all. But two of them mean different things, depending on whether an American or a Brit says them. Which ones?